DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - With all 1,765 precincts now reporting, Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders are virtually tied in the Iowa Democratic Caucus.
Buttigieg finishes with 26.2-percent, and gets 11 state convention delegates.
Bernie Sanders has 26.1-percent, and earns 11 state convention delegates.
Elizabeth Warren finishes with 18-percent support, and 5 state convention delegates.
By virtue of his 4th place finish, with 15.8-percent support, Joe Biden gets two state convention delegates.
Amy Klobuchar gets one state convention delegate by finishing with 12.3-percent support.
Andrew Yang and Tom Steyer were the only other candidates to receive measurable support, statewide.
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The Associated Press is unable to declare a winner of Iowa's Democratic caucuses. The Democratic Party chair has called for a recanvass of the vote following days of uncertainty about the outcome of Monday's caucuses. AP Executive Editor Sally Buzbee said Thursday that because of the irregularities, it is not possible to declare a winner at this point.
The AP will continue to review the results from the Iowa Democratic Party as it completes its tabulation, as well as the results of any potential recanvass or recount.
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